Saudi Arabia is building King Salman Mosque in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: A mosque named following King Salman Ben Abdul Aziz will be built by Saudi Arabia in Pakistan Capital, Islamabad, “very soon,” .
It will be yet another monument of the Saudi-Pak friendship and lead to better progress in the bilateral relations of the two countries,” he said.

The mosque’s inner hall will have enough room for up to 4000 men and 2000 women to pray, whilst the yard will hold a total of 6000 people. In the Mosque, there will be a library and a museum, as well as a Muhammad bin Salman Auditorium for events.

The mosque’s initial cost is Rs. 500 million, but with the addition of the research and cultural centre, the cost will rise.

Hafiz Tahir Ashrafi, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s advisor on religious peace, called it “another monument of Saudi-Pak friendship.”


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